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(New Braunfels, Tx)--From the New Braunfels Police Department- The river flow on the Comal River has recovered significantly (flowing at just over 300cfs as of this release), however, a large amount of debris still needs to be removed in order to make the river safe for recreation. City crews are

(New Braunfels, Tx)--Weather permitting, resurfacing of Guenther Ave between Coll St. and San Antonio St. and W. Coll Street between Castell Ave and Academy Ave will begin on Tuesday, May 26th. The work will include the resurfacing of the pavement and it is anticipated that the project will take

(New Braunfels, Tx)--The City of New Braunfels is hosting a reception in honor of returning City Councilmember and Mayor Pro Tem Ron Reaves –and -incoming Councilmember Chris Monceballez, as well as in recognition of the service of outgoing Councilmember Sandy Nolte. The reception will be Tuesday,

City and County offices will be closed today for Memorial Day. This includes the Post Office, the Library, City Hall, and more. Garbage and re-cycling will remain on schedule. Today’s regularly scheduled City Council meeting, as well as the NBISD Board meeting, will be held Tuesday.

Program offers opportunity to meet local officers, discuss community issues Schertz, Texas—On May 27, 2015

The New Braunfels Police Department has closed the Comal River to recreational use for Sunday, and will re-evaluate the situation on Memorial Day.

Due to heavy rains and the resulting high and fast moving water, the Comal River in New Braunfels will be closed to recreation until 1pm on Sunday, May 24, 2015.

From the National Weather Service; A flash flood WARNING is now in effect for Comal and several other counties. A warning is issued when a flash flood is imminent or occurring in the warned area. Recent rainfall intensity and duration, and saturated soil conditions have led to this situation. A

Due to a significant rain event, the Sheriff's Office is asking everyone on River Road to voluntarily evacuate and seek higher ground. Saturday, May 23, 9:20pm.

***A Flash Flood Watch is now in effect through 7 pm CDT Sunday*** 1-4 inches expected through Memorial Day with isolated amounts up to 6 inches possible.

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